access webdav service from freebsd
James B. Byrne
byrnejb at harte-lyne.ca
Fri Apr 16 13:17:01 UTC 2021
On Thu, April 15, 2021 22:58, X Guest wrote:
> I just want to access the remote wevdav service from freebsd. do you know
what's the right way?
This question needs a little more detail about the working environment to
obtain sensible answer.
WebDAV works using http(s) protocol. That means one can retrieve data from a
WebDAV service, providing one has authorization to access, via any web browser
or command line utility like curl, fetch, and wget.
If one is using a GDM like gnome/mate then the Nautilus file browser can
connect to a webDAV server. Again presuming that one has the authentication
credentials which give authorized access to the WebDAV resource.
FreeBSD also has a fusefs module for setting up a WebDAV resource as a
filesystem that makes it appear as a local resource to the OS.
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